Olusegun Bamgbose, Esq., National Coordinator Concerned Advocates for Good Governance, CAGG, has said that if given the opportunity, he will end insurgency in nine months.
Bamgbose, who had in more than one occasion hinted on taking over from Muhammadu Buhari as Nigeria’s President come 2023, was reacting to the recent killings by Boko Haram and bandits in the North .
The senior lawyer noted that insecurity in Nigeria was assuming an ugly and very unfortunate dimension, especially in the North, adding that security must be the collective responsibility of every citizen.
Few days ago, Katsina State witnessed attacks from the rampaging bandits with over 40 people being killed while young women were raped and many kidnapped.
Just yesterday, Boko Haram killed at least 81 people, including women and children while many sustained various degrees of injuries in Borno State and Bamgbose described the development as a very sad one.
“This is just the latest reported attack. The primary responsibility of the Government is to protect lives and properties of the citizens.
“Nigerians are fast losing patience on failed promises by the security agents to put an end to this ugly scenario,” he said.